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16:40 PM - 30 Sep 2022

Retweetd From Caldicot School Drama

Wonderful evening showcasing some of the talent in the Drama department at open evening last night 🎭🎤 https://t.co/Z9Clctxrj5

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10:58 AM - 30 Sep 2022

Congratulations to our new Senior Students for academic year 2022-23 - Rhys, Cleo, Catherine, and Corey https://t.co/OMbAqcrDHL

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17:22 PM - 29 Sep 2022

Year 6 Families, we are ready for you! We can’t wait to show you our brilliant school! https://t.co/2D8DXLY8P6

07:16 AM - 28 Sep 2022

We are really looking forward to seeing Year 6 families tomorrow 5.30pm to 7.30pm. https://t.co/tANyGUm6V7

11:59 AM - 24 Sep 2022

Contact if you are a local or national employer and you are interested in attending our upcoming Career Fair. https://t.co/uEiunXqfYf

20:44 PM - 22 Sep 2022

We have exciting opportunities at the school for Teacher of Welsh, 2nd in Mathematics and Teacher of Chemistry. Please click on the link to find out more. https://t.co/R6BvasiUI2

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12:02 PM - 22 Sep 2022

Congratulations to Maddy in Year 12 for being awarded the prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarship following a rigorous application, examination and interview process. A fantastic achievement! https://t.co/cPpgCsmBXt

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14:10 PM - 21 Sep 2022

We invite all Year 6 families to our open evening next Thursday (29th September). Tours of the school will be available from 5:30pm until 7:30pm, with presentations by headteacher Steven Grech at 5:30pm and 7pm. https://t.co/Prrc2MHcoB

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16:51 PM - 20 Sep 2022

We are incredibly proud to learn that Caldicot alumna, Emily Batten has represented the Royal Marines Band Service as a clarinettist in HLM Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral procession yesterday, following 7 years of duty. What a spectacular achievement, Emily! 👏🏼 https://t.co/0ZiPltzO8U

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11:30 AM - 15 Sep 2022

Reminder: The school will be closed to all pupils and staff on Monday (September 19th) for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral. https://t.co/XxYPGnwCME

Student Voice

Student voice is a central feature of Caldicot School. It allows our students to have greater ownership of the decision-making and consultative procedures within the school; it provides the student community with both a platform for their views and an opportunity to shape policy and strategy.

The bodies that deliver this objective, are the Year Councils, the School Council and the Student Liaison Group (SLG).

Year Councils: Two students from each form are elected in a secret ballot during September of each academic year following nomination by their peers. The election process is run by the Head Boy and Head Girl, plus their deputies. The Year Council meets with their respective Year Tutor once per half term to discuss all issues relevant to their year groups, which are then fed into full School Council if required.

School Council: Two students from each Year Council are elected to the full School Council, alongside the Head Boy and Head Girl and their deputies. The School Council meets once per half term, with meetings chaired by the Head Boy and Head Girl. The main focus of the School Council is to work alongside staff to help develop and improve teaching and learning across the school. The School Council also covers a wide remit of issues as and when they arise. 

Student Liaison Group (SLG): The remit for this group is to assist the school through debate and discussion, in the introduction, implementation and management of change within the school. The group consists of two representatives from each year group chaired by the Head Boy and Head Girl.

The school council is an active body that contributes positively to many aspects of school life. These students play a valuable role in decision-making (Estyn)